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Illustration of the composition profile in the original model and after shuffling individual shells. Left: chemical composition versus Lagrangian mass in the s9 and s15p2 ejecta models of S16 at 350 days (the original mass fraction is shown for 56Ni) – ejecta properties are summarized in Table 1. The name and total yield of each selected species are labeled.An alternating white and gray background is used to distinguish between consecutive shells of distinct composition. Right: corresponding ejecta in which shells have been shuffled in mass space within the Lagrangian mass cut Msh = 2.0 and 5.0 M. Other ejecta models exhibit similar profiles, only modulated by the original composition (in particular the mass of each dominant shell) and the choice of Msh (details on the shuffling procedure are given in the appendix of Dessart & Hillier 2020b).

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